Kharge launches Congress' 'Ghar Ghar Guarantee' initiative ahead of LS polls

We give a guarantee that our government has always worked for people and will always do so, says Congress president

Mallikarjun Kharge addresses the media during the launch Congress' 'Ghar Ghar Guarantee' initiative in New Delhi on 3 March (photo: Vipin/National Herald)
Mallikarjun Kharge addresses the media during the launch Congress' 'Ghar Ghar Guarantee' initiative in New Delhi on 3 March (photo: Vipin/National Herald)
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Ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge on Wednesday, 3 March, launched the party's 'Ghar Ghar Guarantee' initiative under which it aims to reach out to crores of households across the country and make them aware of its "guarantees".

Kharge launched the initiative from Usmanpur, Kaithwada, in the North East Delhi parliamentary constituency and distributed pamphlets on the party's 'Paanch Nyay Pachees Guarantee'.

"We are distributing this guarantee card to take our Panch Nyay Pachees Guarantee to people. All Congress leaders and workers will take this card to households across the counts and will tell people what our alliance government will do when it assumes power," he said while launching the initiative.

Congress workers welcome Mallikarjun Kharge
Congress workers welcome Mallikarjun Kharge
Vipin/National Herald
Jairam Ramesh participates in a rally with Congress leaders
Jairam Ramesh participates in a rally with Congress leaders
Vipin/National Herald

"We give a guarantee that our government has always worked for people and will always do so. PM Modi talks about Modi ki Guarantee but his guarantee never reaches the people," he said, adding that the prime minister talked about 2 crore jobs a year but people never got them.

The Congress' poll pitch is centred around 'Paanch Nyay' or five pillars of justice, namely 'Yuva Nyay', 'Naari Nyay', 'Kisaan Nyay', 'Shramik Nyay' and 'Hissedari Nyay' as well as the guarantees made by it to the people under these heads.

The Congress will release its manifesto for the Lok Sabha elections in New Delhi on 5 April with its top leaders addressing mega rallies in Jaipur and Hyderabad the next day.

The party has already launched its new slogan #HaathBadlegaHalaat -- referring to the Congress' poll symbol of hand -- on social media platforms.

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